From the back pages, February 20: Goal-line technology for next World Cup

Marouane Fellaini in action
Marouane Fellaini in action

FIFA have bowed to pressure to bring in goal-line technology in time for next year’s World Cup. Football’s governing body finally acted after the storm over Frank Lampard’s goal for England against Germany at South Africa 2010, which was wrongly ruled out. The system will be introduced this year at the Confederations Cup before making its debut in next summer’s finals in Brazil. (Sun)

ARSENE WENGER last night admitted Arsenal’s season was in ruins. And the Gunners boss is already planning for the 2013-14 campaign after this humiliating defeat by German giants Bayern. (Daily Star)

England’s record-breaking fast bowler Jimmy Anderson has set himself the target of playing up to his 40th birthday and extending his England wicket total even further . Ace of clubs Jimmy Anderson wants to play on until he is 40 and his England wickets record is out of sight. (Dail Mirror)

MAROUANE FELLAINI is convinced Premier League refs single him out due to his extravagant hairstyle. And Everton’s un- mistakeable striker, 25, reckons he gets harsher treatment from the whistlers than English players. (Sun)